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[aprssig] Abusive path lists

James Washer washer at trlp.com
Wed Feb 9 23:24:10 UTC 2005


why sort uniq??? 

while (<>){
	%hash{$call}=1 if match blah;

	if(m/magictoken/)foreach (keys %hash){
		print;
	}
}

Leave it run forever, and once in a while inject the magic token to get it to dump the current contents


On Wed,  9 Feb 2005 16:36:19 -0500
Steve Dimse <steve at dimse.com> wrote:

> On 2/9/05 at 4:29 PM A.J. Farmer (AJ3U) <ajfarmer at spenet.com> sent:
> 
> >As a "one shot" way to identify all of the IGATEs, is there an easy way on
> >the admin side to see all of the stations connected to the Tier 2 servers
> >right now?  Assuming most of them are able to gate traffic from RF, then
> >that should identify most of IGATEs currently in operation.  It doesn't have
> >to be an automated process, just a quick snapshot right now.  Just an idea.
> >
> That misses all the IGates connected to the core and to other servers, and does
> not separate those pure internet users.
> 
> If you want to find IGates, here's the way to do it. Feed the live stream into a
> simple Perl script that gets the IGate call from the q construct, and prints the
> IGate callsign if and only if the packet callsign is different from the IGate
> call (probably 5 lines of Perl). Run this for a while, then send the resulting
> list of IGate calls through sort and uniq to give the final list.
> 
> Steve K4HG
> 
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